Contemporary art specialist and auctioneer Jacky Ho told us about Hong Kong’s growing modern art scene, and having a creative job in a business-oriented city.
Young Post’s intrepid intern Joshua Lee volunteered (was forced to) to use a Nokia 105 for a week and here’s what he learned about life with a smartphone.
The Nepalese monk scientifically proven to be the happiest man on earth tells Young Post about the four keys to happiness in a one-on-one interview.
October 31 will be the last day you can check out the creepy Maze of Madness through a mad scientist’s lab, or mix with baddies like Cruella de Vil!
1. Basi’s handlers celebrated her life by holding a memorial service. 2. Basi only lived at the Research and Exchange Centre for 33 of her 37 years because she was rescued from the wild when she was...
The sequel offers serious improvements from the first edition, with slick new moves, solid action and simple but satisfying puzzles.
Inaccurate names are due to property developers wanting classy sounding names to sell more flats.
Golden Orchestra! is the sort of film you pop on when you want to relax and reboot after a tiring week. It’s uncomplicated, has intentionally silly plots and over-the-top acting, and tells a...
Patrick Ness is an award-winning YA writer whose novels are about teenagers living in today’s world, not in magical lands or fantasy kingdoms.
Former Diocesan Boys’ School student hopes to become the first male HK player to enter the top 100 in the ATP rankings.
Kengie Tang is crazy about animals. She tells us how Australia’s beloved ‘Crocodile Hunter’, Steve Irwin, inspired her to pursue a career helping animals.
Having built a reputation for making simple, catchy indie folk songs over the past decade, Australian duo Angus & Julia Stone offer more of the same with their fourth album Snow.
Since the career-defining albums of Hot Fuss and Sam’s Town, The Killers have struggled to hit the same dizzying heights with their follow-up albums. Wonderful Wonderful sadly is no exception to the...
The YRock International Music Challenge invites young, raw, local talent to battle for a chance to perform on the big stage.
The director of the film about life after death discusses his inspiration behind the story and overcoming self-doubt.
if it weren’t for our unhealthy obsession with social media, we probably wouldn’t have had the pleasure of having Ingrid Goes West.
“When I walked in and saw them stepping, it was like a musical," the director said.
We asked our readers which fictional world they would like to live in. Here are some of our favourite answers.
These modern delicacies are just in time for the Mid-Autumn Festival.
Renaissance College students explain how traditionalists fear for the future of Chinese culture
Students from the Hong Kong International School took the 'Make the headlines' challenge and wrote today's Young Post cover.
Rush hour is all too often a gridlock, but the emissions from bumper-to-bumper traffic don't have any trouble getting around. Vehicle exhaust fumes are...
Museums are the perfect places to hide secrets. The Scatterhorn Museum in The Museum's Secret is...
Carnegie Medal winner Tim Bowler's teenage psychological thriller Bloodchild holds readers in its vice-like grip from the very first page. A teenage boy is...
It has been said The Founding of a Republic will only appeal to people born after the 1980s who are keen on Chinese history, elderly citizens who lived through...
On their second album If I Am ..., local band Mr show how far they've come in terms of musical craftsmanship and technique. It's...
Mariah Carey's most recent album Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel seems to have popped up with relatively little fanfare for the publicity-loving diva. Granted she...
Young Post reporter Timothy Chui will be speaking with features writer Ben Sin about the evolution of street ball in Hong Kong.
WHAT’S ON TV? Listen to an announcer giving details about what’s on evening TV for four days this week on a UK channel. When you have heard each evening’s programme schedule, fill in the missing...
Paraplegic Eeva Simons is proof that a physical disability need not bar anyone from taking to the stage and dancing. With deft handling, she can put her wheelchair through...
The first Reporter's Club workshop coming up on 26th October. Check here to see if you're part of the lucky ones attending. Workshop FULL
A debate isn't won on the logic of a team's arguments alone. But by putting forward well-prepared arguments, a team can better protect themselves from...
Your school made it to the finals of one interschool sports competition? Be the reporter of the event!
Your editor Susan Ramsay explains how you to procede if you want to write a story of your own.
Every Wednesday we ask our Brain Game contestants one interesting, thought-provoking or just plain quirky question. Their answers will be published anonymously in Young Post.
If you ran out of patience with the game, or got tired of only ever meeting your grandma and her buddies at the Gym, this update might just give you new hope.
Calling all book lovers and keen writers. We’re excited to announce that the Young Post Summer Writing Competition 2015 is finally open!
It seems that nowadays people don't really have good relationships with others. The main reason is that we don't talk enough any more. Conversation is really important in a relationship. We learn how...
Hong Kong International Airport is set to introduce new technology that allows facilities, stores and restaurants to "communicate" with passengers.
Talented swimmer Siobhan Haughey is going to Rio Olympic Games next year, but right now she hopes to qualify in other distances at the Fina World Championships in Kazan, Russia.
Marvel is churning out movies faster than theatres can restock popcorn. Unlike Ant-Man, latest character dump Fantastic Four doesn't make the grade. A half effort to create a money-maker in the...
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A NEW LOUNGE Suzy has decided to have her lounge completely renovated. She has a long talk to an interior designer before she starts. Listen to their conversation and then answer the questions.
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Your editor Susan Ramsay explains what you can review and how to procede
AT THE ESTATE AGENT’S Becky works at a busy estate agents. This morning she has seen two clients. Listen to their conversations and then answer the questions about what you have heard....
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If you would like to learn more about the “Sport of Kings”, China’s largest polo facility...
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte’s ugly behaviour simply has no place in a civilised world.
We know that getting along with an ‘enemy’ can be tough, but one important aspect of being an adult is learning how to effectively do this in a calm and mature way.
In a tale of aspirations and advice transmitted between characters from two different time periods, this Japanese drama reminds us that strong bonds can be formed through the most mysterious of circumstances.

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